Jonathan Cook

BSc, DipHE (PhysEd), BSc (Chiro), DC, MSc - Lecturer (Clinical Sciences)

Jonathan currently leads the Undergraduate Programme’s Functional Management elements, part of the wider Clinical Management Units in Years 2 and 3 of the programme. He lectures on Functional Anatomy in the Human Structure Units, supports in Chiropractic Technique classes, supervises in the Undergraduate Clinic and sees private patients.

Biography

Jonathan Cook graduated from Manchester Victoria University in 1988 with a Degree in Environmental Science and Geography having also attained a Diploma in Physical Education. He went on to attain his Degree in Chiropractic at AECC University College graduating in 1994. After 4 years in full time private practice he returned to teach at AECC University College whilst maintaining part-time practice, and has maintained this balance ever since. His area of special interest is in spinal and extremity rehabilitation and healthy function for the prevention of musculoskeletal pain, and he has been principal lecturer on the Functional Management units of the undergraduate programme since 1999. He completed his MSc. in this field of work from Portsmouth University in 2005.

Current Activity

Jonathan currently leads the Undergraduate Programme’s Functional Management elements, part of the wider Clinical Management Units in Years 2 and 3 of the programme. He lectures on Functional Anatomy in the Human Structure Units, supports in Chiropractic Technique classes, supervises in the Undergraduate Clinic and sees private patients. Every year he is involved in leading postgraduate seminars and in supporting seminars presented by notable overseas visiting scholars.

Areas of Interest

Rehabilitation and functional prevention of musculoskeletal disorders.

Qualifications

  • Environmental Science and Geography
  • Diploma in Physical Education
  • Chiropractic
  • Advance Professional Development in Chiropractic

Teaching

  • Lead Tutor for Year 2 and Year 3 Functional Management sections of the Clinical Management Units.

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